Spiegelau’s Style series of wine glasses have a modern shape that emanates aesthetics and presence, while providing a high level of functionality and durability. The classic beauty and uniformity of design makes the Style collection a quintessential element of fashionable wine service.
With glassmaking roots dating back to 1521, Spiegelau has secured its place as the class of glass for everyday high performance. Produced with state-of-the-art technology, these glasses offer foodservice professionals a perfect balance of design, quality, and affordability.
While still a liquid, Spiegelau glass passes through platinum-lined tubes to eliminate any imperfections and inconsistencies that can be introduced by other linings.This results in wine glasses independently verified to resist scratching, markings, loss of brilliance, or change in color after 1,500 dishwasher cycles.
The ultra-thin walls on the bowl and the finest sheer rim are prime examples of a commitment to detailed craftsmanship. The specialists at Spiegelau understand the finest wines deserve the finest glassware. Many of the glasses have a slightly shorter stem and an oversized bowl that allow plenty of room for the wine to breathe and release the aromas.
Best of all, this glassware's exquisite beauty comes with industry-leading performance: guaranteed dishwasher safe, everlasting brilliance, improved breakage resistance, and astonishing lightness.
The Spiegelau wine glasses are one of Libbey's many new items created to match match today’s wine trends, driven by the younger generation. To that end, Libbey has released new glassware products that meets customers' desire for experimentation with varietals, unique styles, and creative presentations. The products are crafted with distinct, modern designs.
“It’s no secret that Millennials are driving growth in the wine market,” says Susan J. Dountas, director, foodservice marketing for Libbey. “These products were designed to empower our customers to capitalize on this opportunity by encouraging experimentation with wine varietals and delivering distinctive tasting and presentation experiences.”
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